Webinar: The Students Are Not All Right: Using the Science of Social Media Listening to Understand and Meet Students’ Needs – Apr 30
Posted by Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) on April 21, 2020
This webinar is part of a special webinar series presented by SREB to help more students enroll in and successfully complete postsecondary education during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
The global COVID-19 pandemic hit campuses across the country in the blink of an eye. In rapid succession, campuses closed, courses moved online, and our lives—personally and professionally—were permanently altered. Campus Sonar started tracking public online conversations from current and admitted college students in early March. We analyzed over 5 million conversations in six weeks, including over 100,000 first-person mentions from current, prospective, and admitted students. In this webinar, Liz Gross and Steve App share takeaways from this research. You’ll learn what students have been talking about and how you can find these conversations yourself. We’ll examine how the conversation shifted since the arrival of the coronavirus, and what admissions professionals can do right now to support students enrolled in your institution and those who will be in the future.
Date: April 30, 2020
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT
Register here: https://www.sreb.org/workshops-webinars
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